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Bin Laden’s Son, Hamza bin Laden Marries the Daughter of a September 11th Terrorist

Seven years after Osama bin Laden’s death, the mother of the brain behind the 9/11 attacks spoke for the first time.

The Guardian, quoting the family of the late leader of al-Qaeda on Saturday revealed that Hamza bin Laden married the daughter of Mohammed Atta, the coordinator of the September 11 attacks in New York. This information was confirmed by the half-brother of Osama Bin Laden. According to him, Hamza bin Laden occupies an important position within the organization.

Hamza is the son of one of bin Laden’s three surviving wives, Kahiriah Sabar, who was living with her husband in the Abbottabad compound, not far from a Pakistani military base, where the 9/11 attacks had found refuge.

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Hamza bin Laden, who vowed to avenge his father’s death, kept his profile low and cut off contact with his family since his father was killed during a US military raid in Pakistan in 2011.

Last year, the United States listed Hamza Bin Laden on their anti-terrorism blacklist. Although no one knows where he is now, his family thinks he is in Afghanistan.

According to the testimony of Osama bin Laden’s mother, Alia Ghanem, her “beloved” son was a good boy who was brainwashed at the university. Bin Laden’s widows and her surviving children have returned to Saudi Arabia. All remain in close contact with Alia Ghanem, Osama Bin Laden’s mother.

His half-brothers revealed that the dead terrorist “had chosen his path,” pointing out that when they saw the harrowing images of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon burning, they immediately realized that it was their brother who was responsible.

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Written by How Africa

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